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Designed with your comfort in mind, dearjohnnies can be worn during labor, surgery, or outpatient treatment; in the days following your recovery and at home during the weeks to follow. Hospital staff will appreciate that you're still wearing a hospital gown, and you'll appreciate the soft fabric and loose fitting design as your body heals. What's better is that you will be wearing something that is your own, fits well and that you can feel secure in. And the fashion factor will do wonders to boost your spirits! We suggest purchasing more than one gown - patients always tell us they wish they had more! 


Gowns are made of whimsical 100% cotton prints, trimmed with grosgrain ribbon. Our robes and swaddle blankets are made of cozy, yet lightweight, 100% cotton flannel and are trimmed with fabric from our Wellesley Collection. Monogramming is available on every piece in our collections. 

Each gown has snap-down sleeves that completely open for ease of access for medical attention and breast feeding for new moms- and snaps that close down the back to keep you covered from behind.


Size XS typically fits petite sized women who are under 5' 4" and sizes 0-4. Size S/M typically fits women who are size 2-8; size L/XL fits size 10-16; and size Plus fits size 16-24. Expecting moms should use their pre-pregnancy size as a guideline for sizing. The guidelines are just that and fit may vary depending on a woman's body type. We always recommend going larger if there's any doubt in a customer's mind about something being too small. Our gowns have plenty of room for a comfortable fit, but even a larger size will be a much better fit than the hospital issued one-size-fits-all version. 

Each Product Comes in a Matching Re-Usable Bag:


Each dearjohnnies gown and robe will arrive packaged and ready to gift in its own matching re-usable bag. The flannel robe bags can also be monogrammed for a personal touch.Our signature grosgrain ribbon cinches at the top and the 100% cotton bags are perfect for storing personal items in during a hospital stay. 


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